Christmas Week at the GFT, 2015
29th December – 30 December, 2015
The Apartment is a 1960 American comedy-drama film that was produced and directed by Billy Wilder, and which stars Jack Lemmon and Shirley MacLaine.
The Third Man
27 and 28 December, 2015
Carol Reed’s atmospheric thriller tells the story of Holly Martins (Joseph Cotten), an out of workpulp fiction novelist, who travels to post-war Vienna at the invitation of ex-school friend Harry Lime(Orson Welles), who has offered him a job.
Gone With The Wind
28 December, 2015
Winner of ten Academy Awards, Victor Fleming’s 1939 masterpiece stars Vivien Leigh and Clark Gable as one of Hollywood’s most iconic on-screen couples.
Comfort and Joy
Sunday 27 – Wednesday 30 December, 2015
A few days before Christmas, radio host Alan Bird (Bill Paterson) witnesses an ice cream van being attacked and destroyed. When he delves deeper into the incident, he discovers a long-standing clash between two Italian families over ice cream-selling territory in Glasgow. Packed with Forsyth’s typical charm and wit, Comfort & Joy is a perfect film for the festive season in Glasgow.
GFT, 12 Rose Street, G3 6RB
- Glasgow Hallowe’en Ghost Walk
- Hallowe’en – Spooky Kelvindale Woods
- Hallowe’en Witch Market, Britannica Panopticon
- Landscapes Without Figures, The American South West by Ian R. Mitchell
- Scottish Poetry Library: Launch Poetry London 100th edition
- Pumpkin v Turnip Lantern Event
- Opening Party – The Landing Hub Refuweegee Fundraiser
- The Landing Hub – COP26 Fringe Event
- Feeding the City – screening and panel discussion
- Dumb Instrument with Duglas T Stewart
- COP26 – The Sacred Forest at GFT
- COP26: The Plan That Came From The Bottom Up
- Black British Cinema – Routes of Representation
- I Am Belmaya GFT
- The End of Evangelion GFT
- Never Gonna Snow Again, Glasgow Film Theatre
- The French Dispatch, GFT
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- A Play, A Pie and A Pint Autumn Programme 2021
- Opening Time – A Play, A Pie and A Pint